Police revealed Udaipur murderers linked to Terrorist group ISIS
On Tuesday, June 28 two men in Rajasthan’s Udaipur allegedly beheaded a tailor and are said to have links with the terrorist group ISIS as reported by the police. They were also allegedly plotting to have blast attacks in Jaipur on March 30.
The NIA (National Investigation Agency) is gathering information about the accused from social media posts and chats with the help of both cyber cell and forensics and also their mobile and electronic devices will be sent to the forensic laboratory for further investigation. They too will be brought to Delhi for interrogation.
They have been suspected of possible links with Dawat-e-Islam. The accused were associated with Al-sufa through Dawat-e-Islami, a sleeper organization of ISIS. Mohammad Riaz(accused) is married and has two children and was the head of Al-sufa in Udaipur.
Mohammad Ghouse(accused) is Riaz’s brother and they both allegedly ran a hate campaign in the murder case. Back in 2014, Ghouse went to Karachi along with 30 others and took training at Dawat-e-Islami for 45 days as reported by the police.
The NIA has taken five more suspects into custody. According to police, the accused revealed that they were planning to kill another businessman in Udaipur.
National Desk, Ne India News.